One of the most requested tools by PC users is finally coming to Windows 11 .
Opening a dozen folders to search for a file can become exasperating and, although it was something that had been requested for years, it was a claim little heard by Windows … until now.
Windows 11 will bring tabs for folders soon, thus assimilating what is seen in browsers: avoid having to open a thousand folders and only open one with multiple tabs .
Tabs and more tabs
This feature has been found by user Rafael Rivera within Windows 11 build 22572.
Similarly to our Google navigation, we will be able to put tabs in our file explorer window. By selecting them, we can also change their order and organize them to our liking.
File Explorer tabs are back! (Windows 11 22572, feature 34370472) pic.twitter.com/U3t10Affdq
— Rafael Rivera (@WithinRafael) March 9, 2022
The tool is not for all users, so its arrival to the Insiders of the system is expected first, and then it will be released in an official update for everyone. The 22H2 update is expected to arrive on PC before the end of the year.
Windows 11 will also receive Clipchamp for video editing as the default app. Additionally, Microsoft has built in an Azure-powered text-to-speech generator for creators to use voiceovers in 70 languages, and OneDrive is also built-in for cloud file storage.